Meaning of tenebrosity in English:

tenebrosity

Pronunciation /tɛnəˈbrɒsɪti/

noun

mass nounliterary
  • The quality of being dark or shadowy.

    ‘The tenebrosity was split by occasional strands of bright light that were now lying across her cheek, her chest, her legs and her ankles.’
    • ‘Mr. Baldwin was joined by Mr. Asquith in his condemnation of the tenebrosity of the Government statements.’
    • ‘The moonlight glistened across the endless tenebrosity that surrounded the ship in the late hours of the night.’
    • ‘Whirling around, Maria scrutinised the tenebrosity stretching before her.’
    • ‘In this vast emptiness and profound tenebrosity, no images could be formed.’
    dark, blackness, absence of light, gloom, gloominess, dimness, dullness, murk, murkiness, shadowiness, shadow, shade, shadiness, dusk, twilight, gloaming

Origin

Late Middle English from Old French ténébrosité, from Latin tenebrosus, from tenebrae ‘darkness’.